- Tiisha has left grammar police on social media buzzing following her writing error
- The singer, instead of writing 'throne', wrote 'thrown' while trying to make a post
- Tiisha is the latest baby of Nana Appiah Mensah's flagship music wing, Zylofon Music
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Zylofon Music’s latest signee, Tisha Bentil, famed as Tiisha, has received her first share of social media trolls following her massive grammatical error in a post she made.
Tiisha, in a social media post on Twitter, used ‘thrown” in her caption instead of “Throne” which totally changed the meaning of her message entirely.
She posted a photo of herself sitting on a throne-like seat on Twitter and captioned it:
“Real queen is back! Taking back my thrown”
The 6:30 singer, following the message, has attracted attention from the grammar police on social media who teased her for the error.
Some fans replied to the singer’s tweet with photos of kitchen stools and plastic chairs and said it was the ‘throne’ she was referring to.
Tiisha has not had it easy at all on social media following the grammatical disaster.
Some social media users have however claimed that the move by Tiisha was a deliberate one to seek attention.
The new Zylofon Media signee has gained a lot of media attention following her huge unveiling ceremony that saw Nana Appiah Mensah (NAM1) and award-winning dancehall star, Stonebwoy in attendance.
The singer is a new entrant into the industry and is noted to be in the running to become one of the best female singers the industry has produced.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Ghanaian actor, comedian, and politician, Seth Kwame Dzokoto, has tied the knot with his girlfriend in a beautiful private ceremony.
Photos sighted by YEN.com.gh on the Instagram page of Dailycelebritiesnewsdotorg, indicated that the colourful marriage ceremony was held on August 4, 2020, which happened to be a public holiday.
The private ceremony was held at an undisclosed location with few friends and family members in attendance albeit in strict observance of COVID-19 protocols.
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